Join the Literary Review of Canada for lively discussion of everything from energy policy to new fiction. We also co-produce Spur, Canada’s national festival of politics, art and ideas.

  • November 3, 2014

    7:00 pm

    Gardiner Museum

    Toronto

    The LRC Presents…Unlearning the Great War’s Lessons
    Professor of Russian and Eastern European History Ana Siljak looks at today's world through the lens of the 20th century's great conflicts
  • October 6, 2014

    7:00 pm

    Gardiner Museum

    Toronto

    The LRC Presents…Breaking Down the Door
    Robert Sirman, former CEO of the Canada Council for the Arts, on politics and the public service
  • May 29, 2014

    12:00 pm

    Gardiner Museum

    Toronto

    Literate LunchesLunch with Terry Fallis
    Have lunch with award-winning author and Canada Reads champion Terry Fallis, who reads and discusses his new novel, No Relation.
  • May 5, 2014

    7:00 pm

    Gardiner Museum

    Toronto

    The LRC Presents…Rebuilding Ontario
    With Matthew Mendelsohn and Mike Moffatt
  • March 3, 2014

    7:00 pm

    Gardiner Museum

    Toronto

    The LRC Presents…Baby Boom Bust
    Jim Leech and Jacquie McNish on the challenges of reaching the pension promised land.
  • February 27, 2014

    12:00 pm

    Gardiner Museum

    Toronto

    Literate LunchesThe Changing Face of Modernism in Toronto
    Join Shawn Micallef, senior editor and co-owner of the independent, Jane Jacobs prize-winning magazine, Spacing, as he talks about our changing city, culture, and buildings.
  • February 3, 2014

    7:00 pm

    Gardiner Museum

    Toronto

    The LRC Presents…Ghostly Messengers
    A leading astrophysicist explains the pervasive, invisible particles key to understanding our cosmos.
  • December 2, 2013

    7:00 pm

    Gardiner Museum

    Toronto

    The LRC Presents…In Praise of Winners
    Maclean's editor Paul Wells on Canada's unhealthy suspicion of political success.
  • November 27, 2013

    12:00 pm

    Gardiner Museum

    Toronto

    Literate LunchesDead Animals I Have Known
    Novelist Alissa York reflects on the totemic power of the animal carcass
  • November 14, 2013

    6:00 pm

    McGill University Faculty Club Ballroom

    Montreal, QC

    Thinking Forward: The 40th Anniversary Max Bell Essays and LecturesIs University Obsolete?
    As digital alternatives get cheaper and easier, argues McGill's Provost, traditional higher education must rise to the challenge.